Every month, an airline printed advertisement, minus airline name and logo, is displayed for your guessing pleasure on Guess The Airline. The following is the answer to a previous game.
A very high participation rate in this Guess The Airline, however many people guessed the SAME wrong airline. Ready? Scroll down! The following was a magazine ad feature in a Time magazine edition of the year 2000.
How to guess it?
Among the small clues, there is the Star Alliance logo, limiting the number of Asian airlines (obviously) that could be advertising. To limit even further the number of airlines, there are the PTVs (Personal Televisors) in every service class of this airline.
But the most distinctive feature is the flight attendant’s uniform. It is featured in many of Singapore Airlines TV commercials, mostly centered around the “Singapore Girl”.
And for those who had no idea what a Singapore Airlines uniform looked like, there was the little bit of trivia mentioned in the ad: “The First Dolby Headphone surround on any airline”.
Correct answers: 71.8% | Wrong answers: 28.2% | Most submitted wrong answer: Thai (20.5%) | Other answers submitted: Air China, ANA, British Airways, China Airlines, Japan Airlines. Statistics include all submissions, including second, third tries, etc.